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N*wÂ«, Frederick, MM., TuÂ«dft5r November 37, lÂ»8l Â· ii More Steel For Schools WASHINGTON. Nov. 26 Defense Production Adminis- trtticm (DPA) announced today additional steel allocations to per- Â«it more tchool and hospital construction. . The DPA announced at the same Â·time it is holding up further stainless iteel allocations to the Defense Department pending s study o* what happened to "the unusually large quantify" of the metal allocated to it for this quarter. That metal, it said, "was not allocated to prime contractors or, after such allotment, did not reach the mills." In a report to the Senate-House defense: . production "watchdog" committee, DPA said it also is deferring , action on Pentagon requests for more aluminum pending "an intensive review of the entire defense use of aluminum." Manley Fleischmann, defense production administrator, handed the reports to the watchdog committee, headed .by Senator Maybank (D-SC) at a public hearing. TlÂ»Â« report announced an increase of 15,000 tons in the allocation of carbon steel to the Federal Security Agency for school construction, which Fleischmann said Â·would permit ''starting construction of an additional 200 projects." The total over-all allocation for elementary and secondary schools in the first quarter of 1952. he said, will permit: "(1). The continuation of all projects under wav (approximately 1,400); "(2V. 500 new starts of projects needed in defense areas, for replacement of facilities lost due to catastrophes and to relieve overcrowding." It did not give locations of the projects. Utah was named lor the 'Ute tribe of Indians. Lockjaw Immunization Part Of Civil Defense WASHINGTON. Nov. 28. /P-The nation's health officer* were asked today to consider the "desirability" of recommending countrywide immunization against lockjaw as a civil defense preparation. The proposal was mode to the 50th conference of State and territorial health officers by the Federal Civil Defense Administration. Conference officials said their civil defense committee will make a .special recommendation on the proposal at the close of the four-clay meeting of the health officers. The CDA said a subcommittee of the National Research Council has recommended "universal widespread tetanus (lockjaw) immunization" as a precautionary measure to assist in the care of mass casualties suffering from burns. Laundress Acquitted On Charge OI Assault HAGERSTOWN. Nov. 26--Â«P-- A pretty 22-year-old laundress today was acquitted of assault in the shotgun shooting of her 50- year-old stepfather, whom the judge called "Â« beast," A Washington County Circuit Court jury of" eight men and four women returned an innocent verdict for Janis Mae Gardner after deliberating 15 minutes. Thi stepfathei, Jacob Drury, was wounded In the shoulder at his nearby Big Springs home a month ago. Janis Mae had testified that Drury was so jealous of her that lie made her quit her job in a Hagerstown laundry to keep her away from other men. Last week Drury was acquitted on Â« charge of assaulting the stepdaughter. Say you saw it in The News. Astronomer* Visit Williams Observatory About *6 amateur astronomers from Washington were nests at the Wllllame Observatory. Hood College, Saturday evening and were entertained afterward at Shriner Hall. Members of the National Capital Astronomers, who heard Miss Leah B. Allen, professor of astronomy at Hood, give an address at one of their recent meetings, had expressed a desire to see Hood's observatory and Saturday's trip was the result. Miss Allen showed them the astronomical models and other teaching equipment, after which they viewed the heavens through the telescope. Returning from Â« day out of town, Mrs. Rosemary Hartley, head of house at Shriner Hall, met the guests and after hastily taking stock of the situation on Hood's near-deserted campus (only four students remained here during the Thanksgiving recess; invited the visitors to Shriner for coffe* and sandwiches at 10:30. Tut men and women expressed keen interest in both the dormitory and observatory and appreciation of the impromptu hospitality. GIRL COMMITTED BALTIMORE. Nov. 2ft--/P)~A 13-year-old girl accused of iitab- bing another at a circus was com mitted temporarily today to the House of Good Shepherd. Juvenile Judge Charles E. Moy- Â·ian sent the girl to the institution until he gets a report on o "nocial investigation" of the defendant. The girl is charged with stabbing ) 6-year-old Maxine Berlin during an argument at a circus here November 11. WRITES CHAPTER OF BOOK MADISON, Wis.. Nov. 20.--A. G. Norman of the Chemical Corps, Camp Detrick, Frederick, Md., is an author of one of the 18 chapters of the book, "Mineral Nutrition of Plants," which was published by the University of Wisconsin press today. The volume is a compilation of the latest findings and views HALF GALLON ...ONLY Your choic. of 6 popular lolirf flavor, and 3 dtliciout flavor combinations. For Information, write or phone M. J. Golibart. U. S. Route 40. R. D. 5, Frederick. Ph. 2703 ot 18 fdentifle leader* in plant physiology and soil*, and was edited by Kmil Troug. protestor of soils at the University of Wisconsin. CALLOUS INDIFFERENCE OCEANS10E, Calif, Nov. 2Â«--JP) --The coroner's office said at least 12 automobiles ran over a woman north of bete on Highway 101 last night before one finally stopped to report. Her body was battered and crushed She was about 35. Investigation was started to determine whether she had been struck down on the highway, or had fallen or been thrown from an automobile. LuTs Sfuf"f COUNTY HAS SURPLUS ROCKVILLE, Nov. Montgomery County ended its fiscal year June 30 with a surplus of $1,278,000, an auditor's report showed toc'aj;. The report; to be submitted tomorrow to The Montgomery County Council, showed that atftual revenues of $9,312,978 were $947,507 higher than the amount that had been expected. GAS GAS Â· FASTER Â· COOLER Kitchen Â· CLEANER Â· CHEAPER IS FREDERICK BOTTLED GAS CO. 410 N. Market Street Phone 1684-W TODAY JOIN HOSPITAL AID THEN AND NOW Time was when prices at the store were not all out of reason. Though higher than they'd been before they still appeared "in season." Still mortal with his wage, succeeded in purchasing the items needed-He didn't gasp, and'wonder how-But That was Then and This is Now! There was a time wnen wars were local, and when in spite of blast- ings vocal, the nations really fought their battles with what would now seem toys and rattles. 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